Calling all brides! Even if you haven’t planned a destination wedding, chances are good you’ll at least have to travel across town to the ceremony site. And this means you’ll have to pack everything you’ll need to get ready for the ceremony whether a mile away or 1000 miles away.
CupCase Your Bras makes it easy for you to ensure your bra arrives in perfect condition, because you won’t want to wear a lumpy, crushed or creased bra underneath your beautiful wedding dress. When you’re packing your necessities, simply tuck your bra into a CupCase, zip it up and toss it in your bag. Inside CupCase, your bra won’t get snagged by heels or crushed by a makeup kit.
We’re pretty sure you’re not only looking forward to your big day, but also to your honeymoon. Here are some great tips for packing for your honeymoon from Brides.com:
1. Get your bags ready to go in plenty of time before your honeymoon. Lay out your bag so you can toss in essentials whenever you think of them. Repack it neatly when you’re ready to go. Just be sure to make a list so you don’t forget anything important.
2. Put a set of your partner’s clothes in your suitcase and vice-versa. This will save the day in case one of you loses your luggage.
3. Avoid packing crushable linens or easy-to-crease pieces. Your clothes might be stuck in your suitcase for a little longer than usual, so take a few precautions.
CupCase can definitely help with No. 3 here. Use a CupCase to pack your bras so in the event your suitcase is sitting at the bottom of the stack and it’s lost for days, at least you won’t have to worry about your bras being flat as pancakes when your suitcase finally arrives.
For Bridesmaids Too!
And brides, we’ve discovered CupCase is not only great for you, it’s a wonderful gift for bridesmaids, too! Your friends will love this fun and practical gift. They’ll be able to use it to transport their undergarments to the ceremony site so they can get ready with you. And, you and your bridesmaids will be able to use CupCase for many years to come, wherever your travels take you.